Reliable radio communication devices are essential in today’s world. It is vital that multiple systems can operate without mutual interference, and this is the aim of design for Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC). Good EMC engineering begins with the design concept and should not be a matter of applying fixes to a complete device that failed to meet specification because of spurious emissions, internal crosstalk, or susceptibility to interference from another device. EMC is designed in, not tested out.
Speakers at this event will share their knowledge on regulations, good practice, countermeasures and measurement.
The event will be a good place for younger engineers to learn, and for mature engineers to share their experience.
The draft agenda aims to cover the following:
- Emissions regulatory testing
- Diagnostic probing
- Magnetic field mapping
- Automotive requirements
- EMC CAD software
- Design for EMC